You can have beyond restaurant quality portobello burgers with this quick and straightforward recipe. Portobello mushrooms just got a whole lot easier to make.
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Chia seed pudding is a nutritious, delicious, and filling breakfast snack that offers a wide variety of preparations. From granola, to fruit, teas, and coffee, this versatile food offers plenty combinations to enjoy. If you’re in a rush during the morning hours have no fears, chia seed pudding can be prepared the day before work and last throughout the workweek; it’s a time saver, money saver, and a healthy breakfast that will provide you with energy for the day.
Ingredients: any available fruit (chopped, cored, and cut into bite size pieces) [bananas, apples, blue berries, etc.] lemon juice (from bottle) [amount will depend on fruit to be used on …Read More
One recipe that fan favorite has to be this General Tso inspired cauliflower recipe. If you’re gluten-free have no worries, this savory, nutritious, and delicious gluten-free breading transcends this cauliflower into a savory and hearty entree and snack. And have no fears, if you’re strapped for time or don’t have any gluten-free breading ready any flour works great. Enjoy!
Ingredients: Salad mixed greens (recommended 2-3 cups per serving) leftover falafels (recommended 2 per serving) 1/2 cup black olives (slides, halved, whole) Optional: small red onion cut into thin ribbons (recommended 1/4 per …Read More
Any time can be falafel time. This flavorful and nutritious dish is a versatile personal favorite. From wrapped in pita bread to salads, even burgers and extra fillers for whole new dishes; this falafel recipe provides you one of a kind meal. You can freeze them for months or eat them fresh out of the oven, this no fry falafel combined with some tahini sauce will leave any mouth watering.
This lentil stew is great for bulk meals, a savory and delicious dinner entree, and even versatile recipe with plenty uses with the leftovers. Enjoy this Indian inspired stew that will make lentils a new favorite.
A delectable dough that hides a tasty treat. The simplicity of piroshki is greatly out-shadowed by the versatility of this amazing Russian pastry. There’s nothing better to make up with leftovers, simple ingredients like onions, peppers and cheese, you could even make pizza style piroshki, or better yet BBQ pulled mushroom.
Ingredients: 1/4 tsp sesame oil 1/2 TB olive oil 1 TB ginger (grated) 3-4 cloves garlic (minced) 2-4 dried chili peppers (whole) 1 1/2 TB brown sugar 1/2 cup veggie …Read More
Ingredients: 2 small yellow onions (cut into ribbons or minced) 4-6 cloves garlic (minced) 4 mushrooms [baby bella, crimini, white, etc] (minced) 4 medium vine tomatoes [or 2 large red] …Read More
This sauce is versatile, easy to make, and can be stored for later use and last for weeks. Get started now and this savory sauce will be your new go to in no time.
This veggie chili isn’t just hearty and nutritious, it’s jam packed with savory flavors that leave you wanting more. It’s great for crock pots, lunches, dinners, parties, as a topping, and especially great for bulk meals. You can store the leftovers in the freezer and they’ll last for months.